“A person who can channelize the skills to reach success, turns from an ordinary to an inspiring person”.
Gleam and mirth on faces, expectations in mind and shinning eyes blazing with curiosity would perfectly describe the people gathered for the Annual Sports Day (Senior) which was held on 16th
November at BBMP ground. The dias was filled with the confidence and anticipation by the dignitaries Mr. Arjun Devaiah, Arjuna Awardee, Mr. Subbaiah Chairman, Mrs. Pushpa Subbaiah Managing Trustee, Mrs. Sujatha Nagraj Principal, Mrs. Rajeshwari Chalam Vice Principal, Mrs. Raji Mathew Head Mistress and Mrs. Abhilasha Sharma K G Co-ordinator. The Annual Sports Meet was officially declared open by unfurling the flag with pride and lighting the torch. This was followed by setting free the colourful balloons, indicating the colours of the houses.
The Chief Guest set the bar high not only by his inspirational speech, but also by being an inspiration. The occasion was graced by a variety of displays, which enthused the entire gathering. The mind blowing displays with props like lazim, hand fans, ribbons, martial arts weapons added hue to it. The melodious music with the perfect formation for the display by the students took everyone by surprise.
The spirit of friendly competition came alive once the fun games and track events began. The fun games was so creative and unique that the air was filled with cheering. The students put up a fantastic show by relishing and enjoying other’s victory with team-spirit. The untold motto of the Sports Meet was ‘Completion goes before Success’.
The loud cheer and high spirits of the students receiving the medals and awards shows that sky is the limit.
The moment of pride which made the day so vital was when the displays were repeated. The Chief Guest acknowledged the students by clicking snaps with them and commenting that it was indeed a remarkable performance.
The day was filled with exciting victory and near misses for all the houses. The victory trophy was backed by the Magadha House.
Sports Meet of the school marked the dawn and dusk of that day.